Motel 6 Brooklyn
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Today I drove on the Brooklyn Bridge. It's connected from Manhattan to Brooklyn and to get to Brooklyn I drove on the Brooklyn Bridge. Its a very big bridge, and is historical and a true Landmark to New York and Brooklyn.
After seeing the Brooklyn Bridge I went to go see the Manhattan bridge that also connects from Lower Manhattan into Brooklyn. ...
... in the "in memorial" section of the museum played on a loop, reciting the names of those who died, showing pictures of them and giving a little bio of them. There were many people who had just gone into the buildings off the streets to try and help people who didn't come out. The other main exhibit was a timeline of the day's events. There were a lot of items that had been pulled from the wreckage on display and we weren't allowed to take photos. One of the worst things ...
Feeling contemplative...in between naps. Debating whether to blog or not to blog. To blog ruled after being reminded by Chips that I had declared out loud that I would. Big mouth... The 2012 and 2013 blogs are a distant memory...starting afresh in 2014. But the only adventure that made it into the 2014 chronicles was Chile. So I'll do my best to recap the last 10 months (in order of course). Not without a few unexpected twists and turns. I started off the year unemployed for ...
... Deck 102nd Floor, Official Gift Shop, Shops & Restraunts, Tower Lights, Historical Timeline, Rebuilding and the Education Center. It was an amazing experience and would highly recommend this informative and knowledgeable tour. You can enter anytime between 8am-2am everyday.
Again, the Empire State Building is another very educational tour with a lot of history and knowledge attached.
... in the terror attacks of September 11th 2001. This was Ground Zero. When I booked this place I knew it must have been in the same area, but I never thought it would be literally next door. This is the place where the world changed forever. By far the single biggest world event in my lifetime. To actually see it in front of you is shocking and kind of scary as somehow it makes it all a lot more real. Chirpy dance music played in the background from the ...